Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is currently attending the G20 Summit in Argentina. The leader aims to discuss the global economic state and the issue of fugitive offenders in the state.
However, the leader also promoted the Indian culture and emphasized the value of yoga. Around 4,000 yoga practitioners in Buenos Aires took to their mats in the conventional hall to hear Modi and the group 70 Indian musicians.
“I arrived in Buenos Aires a short time ago after a trip of more than 24 hours, but thanks to your enthusiasm and affection I feel like I´m still in India,” said Modi addressing the crowd.
On Thursday, the Prime Minister met Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on the sidelines of the G20 summit here. The two leaders discussed cooperation between both the countries in security, energy, and investments.
The Prime Minister took to social media and tweeted about the interaction between two leaders.
The Saudi prince also discussed about Saudi oil giant Aramco’s interest of investing in India including a project to build a refinery on the west coast of India.
Apart from this, the two leaders discussed about investing in solar energy through the Softbank’s Saudi-backed Vision Fund and the options to export Saudi non-oil products to India.
Modi also met Antonio Guterres, the UN Secretary-General where they discussed the forthcoming climate change meeting ‘COP 24’ in Katowice, Poland.
Speaking about the India-Argentina relations, the Prime Minister emphasized how India praises the accomplishments of Argentina in sports and also invited the people of Argentina for the 2019 PBD in Kashi and the Kumbh in Prayagraj
The Prime Minister will be returning to India on December 3 and will resume his campaigning in Jodhpur and Hyderabad for the next two days.